Congo / Michael Crichton. A Description Of The Plot And Of The Main Characters.

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CONGO/ Michael CrichtonPlotCongo is a very thrilling and interesting story, about a field expedition who are send to find a rare kind of bluediamonds- diamonds type IIb.The diamonds are in the middle of the Congo jungle in mines near to the lost city of Zinj. The diamonds are usedto improve technology in the area of communication; therefore the expedition has to find the diamonds before thecompetitor find them. In their gurney, the group has to coupe with a lot of problems; From lack of time (becausethe competitors expedition), and the primitiveness of the ancient jungle, to the most intimidating problem - thehuge violent gorillas, which were trained to prevent anyone from entering the mines, even by killing them. Theexpedition is under an enormous pressure- the succeeding of the mission verses the threat on their lives.Through the story, we witness the expeditions fight for their lives, while never stop searching for the rarediamonds.The end of the story is very surprising and a little bit unfair. They succeeded to get rid of the gorillas (whichthreatened their lives), they finally find the diamonds, after loosing almost all the members of the group, but themines are destroyed. The mines of the diamonds were placed near to an active volcano, which erupted becausethey used explosives inside the mines. With a lot of luck they managed to escape and stay alive, but the mines ofthe ancient city of Zinj were lost forever. The only memory and proof for their (the mines) existence are a fewdiamonds the expedition took, and a handful of lost memories.The story is very interesting and very thrilling. From the second I opened the book, the only thing that made meclose it was that my eyes were...

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